Voices
Molly Cahill is a 2020-2021 O'Hare Fellow at America and a recent graduate of Boston College.
Arts & Culture Books
Molly CahillJanuary 21, 2021
in Barack Obama's new memoir, readers get to know a host of colorful characters who played a role in the campaign for the presidency and Obama’s first term in office.
Politics & Society Explainer
Molly CahillJanuary 05, 2021
They’re Democrats and Republicans, Catholics, Protestants and a Buddhist. But they all graduated from a Jesuit high school, college or university.
Phoebe Bridgers in a skeleton onesie, Dolly Party with her big blonde hair and red and white checkered top, and Anderson .Paak in black and white, black and white checkered top
Arts & Culture Music
Molly CahillDecember 30, 2020
From three 20-somethings, here are the musical selections that have helped us to remember and thank 2020.
Arts & Culture Film
Molly CahillDecember 24, 2020
“Our bodies are mortal, but our soul is, by its nature, immortal and created to spend eternity with God,” says Dawn Eden Goldstein.
Faith Advent Reflections
Molly CahillDecember 22, 2020
A Reflection for the Fourth Tuesday of Advent.
Faith Dispatches
Molly CahillDecember 18, 2020
Coronavirus health restrictions created profound obstacles for the communal relationships and interplay of everyday life at L’Arche communities.
Faith News Analysis
Molly CahillDecember 15, 2020
Joe Biden’s Catholic faith was on full display as he quoted a prayer cherished by many Catholics: “Where there is doubt, faith. Where there is darkness, light.”
Faith News Analysis
Molly CahillDecember 02, 2020
Biographer Eileen Markey said that the four women were very aware that their work could put them in harm’s way.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Molly CahillNovember 19, 2020
At the same time that the Covid-19 crisis has driven up the need for direct services from charities, it has depressed the dollar amounts in donations they are likely to receive.
Faith Faith in Focus
Molly CahillNovember 16, 2020
Young people did not lose a trust we once had in the clergy; many of us never had that trust in the first place.